Over 50% of foster families will quit after the first placement largely due to isolation and lack of support. But when supported through a Care Team, then 90% will continue fostering for at least 3 years.
A Care Team is a committed and equipped team, much like an extended family, of 4-8 volunteers who support and serve a foster or adoptive family. This team provides prayer, meals, childcare, and other practical support.
Complete the interest form for more information and to register for upcoming trainings.
Coastal Georgia is experiencing a foster care crisis due to limited number of foster homes to meet the need of our area. Our goal is to double the amount of foster homes in our region and to support each foster home with a care team.
Have you been thinking about fostering or adoption? Complete the Interest Form to discover your next step.
Making A Difference Starts Here
Hearing their stories and understanding their realities start the journey into praying, supporting and being moved by compassion to take the next step.
What is foster care?
This video raises awareness for the foster care system, and the vulnerable children in care who need loving homes.
What is it like to be a foster family?
This Promise story depicts the importance of one family in the life of a child in foster care and the significance that a church can make in offering support to foster families. The story of the Masters family is one of many playing out in foster homes supported by a Care Team.
What difference does a Care Team make?
Care Teams support families through roles such as family helpers, child mentors, and team leader. Learn about how a Care Team works, and what is involved in getting started, from inviting others to serve in the Care Team, to identifying roles, and launching the team.
Hear Pastor Cam share about our church’s passion to serve vulnerable children in our region and beyond.
The Anderson Family
The Gross Family
The Birchfield Family
Caring for foster children and foster families can feel overwhelming to get started. Care Team Trainings will equip volunteers to understand the challenges that face and how their support makes a difference. Coffee and Conversation are informational meetings for those interested in fostering or adopting. You will hear from experienced foster and adoptive families so you can understand the process, requirements, and God’s calling for your life.